We’ve all heard the myth that swimming pools are full of chlorine.
You’d think you could wash it off, but that’s not really the case.
It’s a myth perpetuated by anti-climbing advocates who argue that you should wash your clothes off before swimming.
There’s also the fear that chlorine can damage your eyesight, and that you’ll be more vulnerable to eye damage from swimming.
But a new study shows that the opposite is actually true.
A new study from the University of British Columbia suggests that chlorine levels are actually higher in swimming pools than they are in indoor swimming pools.
It found that the levels of chloramines found in swimming pool wastewater are actually twice as high as indoor swimming pool levels.
It could have been an important discovery in the fight against indoor swimming, but it’s the first to suggest that chloramines are found in indoor pools as well.